Lynne’s Plant of the Week – Pindo Palm

Even though Palms are widely found in warmer, sunnier climates, many can tolerate our North Texas winters, and the Pindo— hardy down to 20 degrees F— is no exception. It will slowly reach a mature height of 15’ to 20’, and its pinnate leaves will arch outward, creating a huge, feathery canopy. You may have heard this palm referred to as a Jelly Palm because its fruit can be used to make jelly or jam, but most often, it’s used as a superb specimen to add a tropical flare to your landscape.

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